Restaurant marketing

Restaurant Marketing Ideas For December

Many restaurant owners have put together their marketing lists and double-checked them, knowing that shoppers are hungry for special offers and dining experiences for the holidays. These operators are realizing that the holiday season is the perfect time of year to promote their restaurants.

With the big days like Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Years Eve, there is a lot to celebrate and promote.

For example, special food days for menu marketing include days for ambrosia, bouillabaisse, brownies, candy canes, chocolate candies, all coated in chocolate, comfort foods, cookies, beard. daddy, date bread, fried shrimp, donuts, fruit cake, gazpacho, Kiwi, Lemon Cupcakes, Maple Syrup, Noodle Rings, Oat Muffins, Pastries, Pepper Shaker, Pie the Pumpkin and Red Apples. Keep busy with your best pear recipes as well, as December is National Pear Month as well.

Beverage promotions can be organized around special days for champagne, cocoa, eggnog, lager, peppermint lattes and sangria.

Restaurant dining and take out should also be a priority during the holidays. Foodservices, in particular, can give a big boost to sales and profits.

December also offers several other holiday-themed days that can be used creatively. Christmas Card Day, Go Caroling Day, Humbug Day, Santa’s List Day, and Gift Day, to name a few.

here is your restaurant marketing calendar for December:

National Eggnog Month
National Fruit Cake Month
National Pear Month
National tie month
Safe Toys and Gifts Month
Write a month’s business plan

1 – eat a red apple day
2 – National donut day
3 – National Peppermint Latte Day
3 – Make a gift day
4 – National Cookie Day
4 – Santa’s List Day
4 – wear brown shoes during the day
4 – World Nature Conservation Day
5 – Comfort Food Day
5 – National Sacher Torte Day
5 – International Volunteer Day
6 – National Gazpacho Day
6 – National day of minors
6 – Hanukkah ends
7 – National cotton candy day
7 – Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day
8 – National Brownie Day
8 – Pretend to be a time traveler
9 – National Pastry Day
9 – Day of the Christmas card
10 – National Lager Beer Day
11 – National Noodle Rings Day
12 – World Choir Day
12 – World Candle Lighting Day
12 – National ragweed day
12 – Gingerbread House Day
12 – Poinsettia day
12 – National Ding-a-Ling Day
13 – National Cocoa Day
13 – Violin Day
14 – National Bouillabaisse Day
15 – National Cupcake Day
15 – National Lemon Cupcake Day
15 – Cat Breeders Day
16 – Anything covered in chocolate during the day
17 – National Maple Syrup Day
17 – Day of the Ugly Christmas Sweater
17 – Outsiders day
18 – National Ham Salad Day
18 – National Roast Suckling Pig Day
18 – Baking day of cookies
19 – National Oatmeal Muffin Day
20 – National Sangria Day
20 – Go Caroling Day
21 – National Fried Shrimp Day
21 – National Kiwi Day
21 – Day of the farce
21 – Crossword day
21 – Look at the day on the bright side
22 – National Day of Date and Walnut Bread
22 – Feast of the ancestors
24 – Christmas Eve
25 – Christmas Day
25 – National Pumpkin Pie Day
26 – National Candy Cane Day
26 – Thank you day
27 – National Fruit Cake Day
28 – National Chocolate Candy Day
28 – Card game day
29 – National Pepper Plant Day
31 – New Years Eve
31 – National Champagne Day
31 – Uninterrupted day
31 – Make up your own mind

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